wise

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{s} bilgili

Yaşlı insanlar her zaman gençlerden daha bilgili değildir. - Old people aren't always wiser than young people.

Yaşlı adam hayat hakkında birçok konuda deneyimli ve bilgili. - The old man is wise and knows many things about life.

akıllı

Olaydan sonra akıllı olmak kolaydır. - It is easy to be wise after the event.

O,şimdi daha yaşlı ve daha akıllıdır. - She is older and wiser now.

bilge

Erkenden uyumak ve erken kalkmak bir adamı sağlıklı, zengin ve bilge yapar. - Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.

Bütün bu dünyevi bilgelik bir zamanlar herhangi bir bilge adamın sevimsiz sapıklığıydı. - All this worldly wisdom was once the unamiable heresy of some wise man.

tarzında
{i} alim
gibi
akıllı uslu
irfan sahibi
mahir
tecrübeli
ferasetli
mantıklı

Sanırım o mantıklı olabilir. - I think that might be wise.

Mantıklı bir seçim yaptın. - You made a wise choice.

(Osmanlıca) muttali
akıllıca

O çok güzeldir, daha neyse çok akıllıcadır. - She is very beautiful, and what is more, very wise.

Akıllıca kullanılırsa, para çok işe yarar. - If wisely used, money can do much.

{i} usul
{i} yöntem
{i} yol

Araba devrildikten sonra yol gösteren çok olur. - It is easy to be wise after the event.

Geleceğin birçok yolu var - akıllıca seçin. - The future has many paths - choose wisely.

{i} şekil

Akıllı bir adam bu şekilde hareket etmezdi. - A wise man would not act in that way.

tarzda
{s} haberi olan
tarz
{s} becerikli
Wise up! Sakın ha! Dikkat et! Gözünü aç!
on this wise bu veçhile
{s} arif, irfan sahibi; bilge, hikmet sahibi
bağlı olarak
bilgi vermek
{s} anlayışlı
{s} ukalâ

Hiç kimse ukalayı sevmez. - Nobody likes a wise guy.

wise up aklını başına toplamak
haberdar etmek
yönte
katiyen
{s} küstah
akıllanmak

İş işten geçince akıllanmak kolaydır. - It is easy to be wise after the event.

hizaya gelmek
yoluyle
deneyimli

Yaşlı adam hayat hakkında birçok konuda deneyimli ve bilgili. - The old man is wise and knows many things about life.

suret
hikmet sahibi
kurnaz
gevher
usta
wise guy
ukalâ

Hiç kimse ukalayı sevmez. - Nobody likes a wise guy.

wisely
bilgece

Sen bilgece seçtiğinden emin ol. - Make sure you choose wisely.

wisely
akıllıca

Daha akıllıca hareket etmelisin. - You must act more wisely.

Akıllıca kullanılırsa, para çok işe yarar. - If wisely used, money can do much.

wise up
bilmek
wise up to
bilmek
wise guy
(Bahis) tecrübeli bahisçi
wise old man
ak sakallı dede
wise use
akılcı kullanım
wise after the event
olay bilge sonra
wise ass
Çok bilmiş
wise crack
bilge çatlamak
wise one
bilge biri
wise one
irfan sahibi
wise word
bilge kelime
wise words
bilgece sözler
wise guy
bilmiş
wise guy
kurnaz
wise guy
hinoğlu hin
wise man
sihirbaz
wise man
büyücü
wise person
bilge
wise person
bilgili kimse
wise person
deneyimli kimse
wise s.o. up to
{k} birine (birinin) ne yaptığını bildirmek; birine (durumun) ne olduğunu bildirmek
wise up
{k} gözünü açıp gerçeği görmek
wise up
haberdar etmek
wise up
haber vermek
wise up
{k} to (birinin) ne yaptığının farkına varmak, (birinin) ne yaptığını çakmak; (durumun) ne olduğunun
wise up
haberi olmak
wise up to
haberi olmak
wise up to
bilgisi olmak
wise up to
öğrenmek
wise woman
büyücü kadın (iyi)
wise woman
falcı kadın
wise woman
ebe
wisely
her ihtimale karşı
penny wise
ufak şeylerde tutumlu
wise guy
ukala dümbeleği
wisely
adam akıllı
worldly wise
bilmiş
as wise as
kadar zeki
get wise to
-den haberdar olmak
get wise to sth
bir şeyden haberdar olmak
in any wise
herhangi bir şekilde
in no wise
asla
in no wise
katiyen
length wise
boylu boyunca
length wise
uzunluğuna
wiseness
akıllılık
wiser
{f} daha akıllı

O Bob'tan daha akıllı ve daha dikkatli. - He is wiser and more careful than Bob.

O,şimdi daha yaşlı ve daha akıllıdır. - She is older and wiser now.

wisest
en akıllı

Tanıdığın en akıllı insan kim? - Who is the wisest person you know?

worldly wise
dünya işlerinde pişkin
A word to the wise in enough
(Atasözü) Anlayana sivrisinek saz, anlamayana davul zurna az
A word to the wise is enough
(Atasözü) Anlayana sivrisinek saz, anlamayana davul zurna az
Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy wealthy and wise
(Atasözü) Erken yatmak, erken kalkmak insanı sağlıklı, zengin ve akıllı yapar
It is easy to be wise after the event
(Atasözü) Araba devrildikten sonra yol gösteren çok olur
a wise
bilge
a wise guy
akıllı bir adam
a word to the wise
bir kelime bilge
a word to the wise is enough
(deyim) Anlayana sivri sinek saz, anlamayana davul zurna az
as wise as
gibi zeki
as wise as an owl
Bir baykuş kadar bilge
career wise
kariyere yönelik

career wise period is good in upcoming two years.

consumer wise
tüketiciyi dikkate alan
consumer wise
tüketici odaklı
correct, render wise
Akıllı render doğru
cost wise
paha bakımından
cross-wise
(Mühendislik) enlemesine
get wise with so.
bilge ile öyle olsun
getting wise
bilge getting
group-wise
grup bilge
like wise
bilge gibi
only learning makes wise
Sadece öğrenme bilge yapar
over wise
bilge üzerinde
pair-wise
bkz. pairwise
penny-wise
ufak şeylerde tutumlu
penny-wise
ufak şeylerde tutumlu, büyük şeylerde müsrif (kimse)
self-wise
kendi aklıyla
step wise
adım bilge
step-wise
adım bilge
travel wise
gezgin
wiser
akıllı

Yaşlı insanlar her zaman gençlerden daha akıllı değildir. - Old people aren't always wiser than young people.

O,şimdi daha yaşlı ve daha akıllıdır. - He is older and wiser now.

wordly-wise
wordly-bilge
worldly-wise
dünyevi-bilge
be wise to
{k} (birinin) ne yaptığının farkında olmak; (durumun) ne olduğunun farkında olmak
be wise to
(deyim) be wise to someon/sth. haberi olmak,öğrenmek,farkına varmak
be wise to
haberi olmak
be wise to
bilmek
crack wise
(Fiili Deyim ) nükte savurmak
get wise
(to) k.dili. (-in) farkına varmak
get wise to
haberi olmak
get wise to
öğrenmek
get wise to
farkına varmak
get wise to
{k} (birinin) ne yaptığının farkına varmak, (birinin) ne yaptığını çakmak; (bir durumun) ne olduğunun farkına varmak, (bir durumun) ne
get wise to
(deyim) get wise to someon/sth. haberi olmak,öğrenmek,farkına varmak
get wise to something
(deyim) bir şeyden haberdar olmak
in no wise
hiçbir şekilde
in some wise
bir yolda
in this wise
bu suretle
in this wise
bu yolla
in this wise
bu şekilde
penny wise and pound foolish
ufak şeylerde hasis büyük şeylerde müsrif
put s.o. wise
(to) k.dili. birini (birinden/bir şeyden) haberdar etmek; birine (bir şeyi) çaktırmak
put smb. wise to
haberdar etmek
put smb. wise to
haber vermek
weather wise
havadan anlar
worldly wise
dünya işlerini iyi bilir
worldly wise
pişkin
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Showing good judgement or the benefit of experience

They were considered the wise old men of the administration.

to show the way, guide
Usually with "up", to learn

After Mo had a word with him, he wised up.

to cause to turn
Way, manner

Made for a sign of Lust.

to advise; induce
to direct the course of, pilot
To become wise
to instruct
Usually with "up", to inform

Mo wised him up about his situation.

Disrespectful

Don't get wise with me!.

Hence, especially, making due use of knowledge; discerning and judging soundly concerning what is true or false, proper or improper; choosing the best ends and the best means for accomplishing them; sagacious
{n} a manner, a way of being or acting
{a} judging rightly, skilful, prudent, grave
Avoid this vogue suffix as much as possible (cost-wise, clothes-wise) But established English words (clockwise, lengthwise, likewise) are fine
{s} intelligent; clever; smart; cautious; skilled; learned; impudent (Slang)
{f} instruct, guide (Scottish); direct; advise (Scottish); bring to the attention of (Slang)
Hence, prudent; calculating; shrewd; wary; subtle; crafty
United States religious leader (born in Bohemia) who united reform Jewish organizations in the United States (1819-1900) United States Jewish leader (born in Hungary) (1874-1949) having or prompted by wisdom or discernment; "a wise leader"; "a wise and perceptive comment
United States Jewish leader (born in Hungary) (1874-1949)
having or prompted by wisdom or discernment; "a wise leader"; "a wise and perceptive comment"
{i} manner, way, form
Having knowledge; knowing; enlightened; of extensive information; erudite; learned
f: way, manner, condition 10
A wise person is able to use their experience and knowledge in order to make sensible decisions and judgments. She has the air of a wise woman foolish + wisely wise·ly The three of us stood around the machine nodding wisely
marked by the exercise of good judgment or common sense in practical matters; "judicious use of one's money"; "a sensible manager"; "a wise decision"
a way of doing or being; "in no wise"; "in this wise" United States religious leader (born in Bohemia) who united reform Jewish organizations in the United States (1819-1900) United States Jewish leader (born in Hungary) (1874-1949) having or prompted by wisdom or discernment; "a wise leader"; "a wise and perceptive comment
If you get wise to something, you find out about it, especially when someone has been trying to keep it secret. Dealers have already got wise to the trend and increased their prices accordingly. Hungarian-born American religious leader who was an ardent Zionist and founded the World Jewish Congress (1936). Method or manner of doing; way: in no wise; in any wise. wise up to realize the truth about a bad situation. Yaroslav the Wise Alfonso the Wise Charles the Wise man the wise Wise Isaac Mayer Wise Stephen Samuel
Way of being or acting; manner; mode; fashion
able to take a broad view of negotiations between states
evidencing the possession of inside information
Women in Science and Engineering
n way, manner [OE wïse]
Dictated or guided by wisdom; containing or exhibiting wisdom; well adapted to produce good effects; judicious; discreet; as, a wise saying; a wise scheme or plan; wise conduct or management; a wise determination
Versed in art or science; skillful; dexterous; specifically, skilled in divination
United States religious leader (born in Bohemia) who united reform Jewish organizations in the United States (1819-1900)
carefully considered; "a considered opinion"
A wise action or decision is sensible. She had made a very wise decision It is wise to seek help and counsel as soon as possible. = sensible + wisely wise·ly They've invested their money wisely Our man had wisely decided to be picked up at the farm
a way of doing or being; "in no wise"; "in this wise"
conj. in the manner of, in the position or direction of (edgewise, clockwise, etc.); with regard to
wys
sage
wise apple
Having the manner of a smart aleck

She gave me a wise-apple smirk and asked, And how are things at YOUR house?.

wise apple
A smart aleck

As some wise apple said, comparisons are odious, and never more so than with a job not yet done.

wise gal
A female wise guy
wise gals
plural form of wise gal
wise guy
A knowledgable or successful sports bettor
wise guy
One given to making clever jokes regarded as rude or disrespectful; smart; a wisecracker

Her reputation for being a wise guy made her new teachers hesitant about having her in their classes.

wise guy
A member of the Mafia; a mobster
wise guys
plural form of wise guy
wise man
A man who is wise

But where's that wiseman, that would not be I, / If she would not deny?.

wise man
A man who is a sage or seer
wise man
A magus; one of the three biblical magi
wise men
plural form of wise man
wise up
To become informed, to inform oneself of something
wise-apple
Alternative form of wise apple
Wise Men of the East
Magi, wise men who came from the East to worship the baby Jesus (Biblical)
wise guy
an upstart who makes conceited, sardonic, insolent comments
wise guy
disapproval If you say that someone is a wise guy, you dislike the fact that they think they are very clever and always have an answer for everything. = smart alec
wise guy
witty person, wisecracker
wise guy
A wise guy is a member of the Mafia. A smart aleck
wise man
smart man, sage
wise man
a wise and trusted guide and advisor
wise men
(New Testament) the sages who visited Jesus and Mary and Joseph shortly after Jesus was born; the Gospel According to Matthew says they were guided by a star and brought gifts of gold and frankincense and myrrh; because there were three gifts it is usually assumed that there were three of them
wise men of Gotham
fools, simpletons, idiots (from the folk tales about the city of Gotham which was inhabited by simpletons)
wise to
evidencing the possession of inside information
wise up
cause someone to become aware of something
wise up
get wise to; "They wised up to it"
wise up
If someone wises up to a situation or state of affairs, they become aware of it and take appropriate action. Some insurers have wised up to the fact that their clients were getting very cheap insurance It's time to wise up and tell those around you that enough is enough
wise use
intelligent usage, smart utilization; responsible use of land resources for commerce and recreation (used by groups who seek to remove government land use restrictions)
wise woman
in women, the archetype of meaning, which appears after animus work Also called the Great (Earth, Chthonic) Mother
wise woman
A person believed to be skilled in magic or local customs
wise woman
A solitary female practitioner of witchcraft who gave charms and healing salves to villagers in Europe
-wise
in the direction or orientation of

The gaoler slowly turned the key clockwise.

-wise
in the matter of; with regard to

This morning is promising weather-wise.

-wise
in the manner of
baby-wise
As one would a baby
baby-wise
In the manner of a baby
crack wise
To make a sarcastic, flippant, or sardonic comment

Reagan displayed his usual aplomb and even cracked wise about his age at a White House banquet.

don't be penny wise and pound foolish
Don't be careful when it comes to spending small amounts of money, but careless when spending much larger amounts
don't be penny wise and pound foolish
Don't focus on minutiae and lose sight of the big picture; don't obsess over tiny inconsequential efficiencies while glaring inefficiencies are going on elsewhere
early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise
platitude from Benjamin Franklin under the pseudonym Poor Richard
get wise
To be impertinent

He wasn't just getting wise, he was getting wise to my mother.

get wise
To see through deceit

The substitute soon got wise to their particular tricks.

penny wise and pound foolish
prudent and thrifty with small amounts of money, but wasteful and profligate with large amounts
penny-wise
Thrifty in regards to small amounts of money
penny-wise and pound-foolish
Thrifty about petty matters and wasteful about important matters
three wise men
three of a kind kings
way-wise
Knowledgeable about the route
weather-wise
Skilled in predicting changes in the weather
weather-wise
With respect to weather
weather-wise
Skilled in predicting changes in conditions, such as of public opinion
wiseness
The state, quality, or measure of being wise; wisdom
word to the wise
Used to emphasis following as a piece of significant advice

Well have fun, but, word to the wise, don't let your sister take control.

word to the wise
A piece of advice
worldly-wise
experienced in the ways of the world; sophisticated and cosmopolitan
penny-wise pound-foolish
{s} capable of dealing with small things but unable to manage the larger issues
wisely
{a} judiciously, prudently, fitly, gravely
a word to the wise is enough
(Atasözü) You only have to hint something to wise people in order to get them to understand it.; Wise people do not need long explanations. (Often used to signal that you are hinting something.)

1. John's a pleasant man, but I wouldn't trust him with money. A word to the wise, eh? 2. Donna hinted about Lisa's drinking problem to Lisa's fiancé, hoping that a word to the wise would be enough.

a word to the wise is sufficient
(Atasözü) You only have to hint something to wise people in order to get them to understand it.; Wise people do not need long explanations. (Often used to signal that you are hinting something.)

1. John's a pleasant man, but I wouldn't trust him with money. A word to the wise, eh? 2. Donna hinted about Lisa's drinking problem to Lisa's fiancé, hoping that a word to the wise would be enough.

word to the wise
(Atasözü) You only have to hint something to wise people in order to get them to understand it.; Wise people do not need long explanations. (Often used to signal that you are hinting something.)

1. John's a pleasant man, but I wouldn't trust him with money. A word to the wise, eh? 2. Donna hinted about Lisa's drinking problem to Lisa's fiancé, hoping that a word to the wise would be enough.

-wise
f: way, manner, condition 10
-wise
United States Jewish leader (born in Hungary) (1874-1949)
-wise
considered: carefully considered; "a considered opinion"
-wise
a way of doing or being; "in no wise"; "in this wise"
-wise
Women in Science and Engineering
-wise
United States religious leader (born in Bohemia) who united reform Jewish organizations in the United States (1819-1900)
-wise
having or prompted by wisdom or discernment; "a wise leader"; "a wise and perceptive comment"
-wise
judicious: marked by the exercise of good judgment or common sense in practical matters; "judicious use of one's money"; "a sensible manager"; "a wise decision"
-wise
knowing: evidencing the possession of inside information
-wise
Avoid this vogue suffix as much as possible (cost-wise, clothes-wise) But established English words (clockwise, lengthwise, likewise) are fine
-wise
diplomatic: able to take a broad view of negotiations between states
Isaac Mayer Wise
born March 29, 1819, Steingrub, Bohemia, Austrian Empire died March 26, 1900, Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S. Rabbi and organizer of Reform Judaism in the U.S. After emigrating from Bohemia, in 1854 he accepted a pulpit in Cincinnati, a post he held the rest of his life. He propagandized tirelessly for centralized Reform institutions and was instrumental in the formation of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations and of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, both of which he presided over. In 1857 he compiled a standard Reform prayer book, Minhag America. Though he failed to unite American Jews of all persuasions, he did bring about unanimity among Reform Jews
Stephen Samuel Wise
born March 17, 1874, Budapest, Hung., Austria-Hungary died April 19, 1949, New York, N.Y., U.S. Hungarian-born U.S. Reform rabbi, political activist, and Zionist leader. His family immigrated to the U.S. when he was an infant. He earned his Ph.D. at Columbia University in 1901 and was trained as a rabbi. In 1907, after declining a post at an influential congregation because of inadequate assurances of free speech in the pulpit, he founded the Free Synagogue. In 1898 he attended the Second Zionist Congress and helped found the Zionist Organization of America. A prominent member of the Democratic Party, he helped win U.S. government approval of the Balfour Declaration. In 1922 he founded the Jewish Institute of Religion, a seminary for liberal rabbis, which merged with Hebrew Union College in 1950
Three Wise Men
in the New Testament of the Bible, three kings or wise men who came from the East, guided by a star, and brought gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh for the baby Jesus
Three Wise Men
{i} Magi, three wise men who came from the East to worship the baby Jesus (Biblical)
Three Wise Monkeys
three monkeys who are shown in pictures sitting in a row. The first has its hands covering its eyes, the second has its hands covering its ears, and the third has its hands covering its mouth. Together they represent the phrase "see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil
a word for the wise is enough
if someone is intelligent he only needs to be told once
a word to the wise is enough
if someone is intelligent he only needs to be told once
a word to the wise is sufficient
if someone is intelligent he only needs to be told once
baby-wise
like a baby; "he cradled it, baby-wise, in his arms
get wise
understand, usually after some initial difficulty; "She didn't know what her classmates were plotting but finally caught on"
get wise to
find out, understand
got wise to
find out, realize, understand
in no wise
no way, absolutely not
it is easy to be wise after the event
we never know what the future holds, we never know the outcome ahead of time
penny wise and pound foolish
intelligent in trivial matters but foolish in important ones
penny-wise
thrifty in small matters only
penny-wise
capable or wise in dealing with small money matters or other small issues
pretending to be wise
try to make oneself seem intelligent
put wise to
inform, tell, provide information
three wise monkeys
{i} pictorial maxim that originated in China of three wise monkeys (Mizaru, Kikazaru and Iwazaru) who see and hear and speak no evil
three wise monkeys who see and hear and speak no evil
{i} the three wise monkeys, pictorial maxim that originated in China of three wise monkeys (Mizaru, Kikazaru and Iwazaru) who see and hear and speak no evil
wisely
in a wise manner; "she acted wisely when she invited her parents
wisely
intelligently, smartly; in a wise manner
wisely
in a wise manner; "she acted wisely when she invited her parents"
wisely
In a wise manner; prudently; judiciously; discreetly; with wisdom
wisely
In a wise manner; using good judgement
wiseness
the quality of being prudent and sensible
wiseness
Wisdom
wiseness
The state or quality of being wise; wisdom
wiseness
the trait of utilizing knowledge and experience with common sense and insight
wiser
comparative of wise
wises
plural of wise
wisest
Most wise
worldly-wise
{s} skilled in the ways of the world, knowledgeable about the world
worldly-wise
experienced in and wise to the ways of the world
worldly-wise
If you describe someone as worldly-wise, you mean they are experienced and know about the practical or social aspects of life, and are not easily shocked or impressed. having a lot of experience and knowledge about life so that you are not easily shocked or deceived   naïve
wise
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